Monthly Archives: March 2020

Whitney Plantation

Whitney Plantation Located near Wallace, in the St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, you will find the Whitney Plantation. This historic plantation museum is just about 50 minutes from New Orleans along River Road. Whitney Plantation is considered to be the only historic district/museum devoted to slavery in the Southern United States, the 40-acre property…
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Laura Plantation

Laura Plantation The Best History Tour in the United States - Lonely Planet Travel Another stop along iconic River Road in Louisiana is the Laura Plantation, a restored historic Creole plantation near Vacherie on the western bank of the Mississippi River. Laura Plantation is an 1805 sugarcane plantation that provides daily guided tours of the…
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New Orleans Plantation Tour

New Orleans Plantation Tour Travel past Evergreen, Felicity & St. Joseph Plantations, ghosts of the past that front the Mississippi River, where rich crops of sugar cane, cotton, and indigo from these fertile lands once traveled to ports of trade. Join one of our favorite local tour companies, Gray Line, for another fantastic tour option;…
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Cemetery and Voodoo Walking Tour

Cemetery and Voodoo Walking Tour Get ready for a New Orleans tour like no other with Gray Line's Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour. Gray Line is the same company behind Steamboat Natchez Cruises, so you know this is going to be good! This tour includes admission to St. Louis Cemetery #1, a normally closed-to-the-public area,…
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Airboat Adventure Swamp Tour

Airboat Adventure Swamp Tour Venture beyond Bourbon Street to the REAL Louisiana For a true Louisiana experience during your New Orleans visit save plenty of time for an Airboat Adventure Swamp Tour. This experience is not just a tour, it's an adventure! Your group will see iconic bayous and swamps on this family-friendly swamp adventure,…
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New Orleans School of Cooking

New Orleans School of Cooking Welcome to the New Orleans School of Cooking, the family-owned NOLA cooking school that is based on 'fun, food, and folklore'. This company was first established in 1980, since then seeing countless visitors from around the world looking to experience authentic Cajun/Creole cuisine. The classes have been voted the #6…
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Southern Food and Beverage Museum

Southern Food and Beverage Museum A Taste of the South. Welcome to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum of New Orleans, otherwise known as SOFAB. This nonprofit, educational and cultural organization is dedicated to the discovery, understanding, and celebration of food, drink, and its related culture and folklife in America and the world. There are…
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New Orleans Garden District

New Orleans Garden District Welcome to the Garden District, one of New Orleans' most desired neighborhoods, filled with gorgeous 19th-century villas. This charming district will greet you with oak-shaded streets and a diverse mix of homes from cottages to mansions, plus, of course, plenty of lavish gardens to boot Stroll through the district and see…
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The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk is the premier first-to-market outlet shopping center in the heart of downtown New Orleans. This shopping center features over 75 retailers and restaurants on the gorgeous banks of the Mississippi River, offering a shopping experience like no other! Shop major brands such as Nordstrom, Levi's,…
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The University of New Orleans

The University of New Orleans We're proud to be named one of the nation's best colleges by The Princeton Review, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and one of the top 1,000 universities in the world by the Center for World University Rankings. Any students interested in attending college in New Orleans should include a visit to…
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